Futuremark SystemInfo 5 Free Download and offline installer for Windows 7, 8, 10, 11. Performance benchmarking tool (benchmark) designed to run diagnostics of hardware and process on computers.
Overview of Futuremark SystemInfo (Performance benchmarking tool)
What's new in Futuremark SystemInfo 5.51:
- Updated GPU detection module to improve compatibility with latest hardware.
- Added detection for Intel ARC performance optimization settings. For a valid score, Intel ARC driver 184.108.40.20677 or later is required, with performance optimizations set to "Disabled" in Intel ARC Control for all 3DMark tests. This is the default setting for Intel ARC Control.
SystemInfo is a component used in many of our benchmarks to identify the hardware in your system. It does not collect any personally identifiable information. SystemInfo updates do not affect benchmark scores but you may need the latest version in order to obtain a valid score. UL benchmarks use a component called SystemInfo to identify the hardware in your system. SystemInfo scans your PC and stores information about its hardware configuration as part of your benchmark result on 3dmark.com. All UL benchmarks, including the Steam versions, include our SystemInfo module.
What is Futuremark SystemInfo?
What information does SystemInfo collect?
SystemInfo is limited to querying the system registry for video card driver settings, driver versions, and hardware configuration information. It provides the hardware details shown with your benchmark score. The information provided by SystemInfo also helps us validate your score. For example, the scan includes a list of processes that were running during the scan as a countermeasure against several known hacks. SystemInfo does not scan for installed applications.
Does SystemInfo collect personally identifiable information?
No. SystemInfo does not collect or store any personally identifiable information. Hardware configuration data from individual PCs is not shared with third parties.
What is the SystemInfo service?
SystemInfo is installed as a service in order to be able to query the required hardware data. The SystemInfo service only starts when requested by a UL benchmark. It does not start at Windows startup. When the scan starts, SystemInfo spawns multiple parallel processes. These processes exit when you close the benchmark. The service will stay loaded until the next restart, but it does nothing unless queried by a UL benchmark.
Can I disable SystemInfo?
- Yes, you can disable SystemInfo while benchmarking, if you wish. In 3DMark, 3DMark 11, PCMark 10, PCMark 8, and VRMark you can disable SystemInfo on the Options screen.
- Please note that when SystemInfo is disabled, your scores will not be validated on 3dmark.com, will be excluded from our Hall of Fame and Steam leaderboards, and won't include any hardware configuration information.
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